Fungal skin infection

Fungal skin infection

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Caption: Fungal infection. Abdomen of a patient with tinea imbricata infection. This is caused by a fungus called Trichophyton imbricata, which causes concentric rings of overlapping scales on the skin. This is known as a papulosquamous pattern. Treatment is with a topical anti-fungal. Tinea imbricata occurs in the tropics and is also known as Malabar itch, Oriental or Tokelau ringworm, and herpes desquamous.

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